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Top 5 Best Restaurants in Boston

March 13, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

Finding a good restaurant in Boston, Massachusetts is not hard; this historic city is graced with some of the best eateries in the country, ranging from upscale bistros to good old fashioned hot dog stands. However, we would like to take a peek at some of the upscale bistros, ideal for special occasions and romantic evenings.
Bistro Du Midi: Winner of the best French restaurant in Boston, Bistro Du Midi serves modern provincial cuisine in a warm atmosphere. The menu is inspired by the Midi region in France and includes seafood, meats, and vegetable entrees and delicious desserts.
Hamersley’s: If you’re in the mood for hearty New England dishes, the Hamersley’s is the place for you. Entrees include spicy halibut and clam roast with bacon braised greens, grilled loin of venison with savory apple, and peppered rib of aged beef with spicy celery root.
Abe & Louie’s: Voted one of the top steakhouses in the country, Abe & Louie’s is an upscale classic American steakhouse offering prime meats and fresh seafood. Signature dishes include lump crab cake and swordfish chop.
Menton:Located in Boston’s Fort Point neighborhood, Menton is named after a small village in France. Although it just opened in 2010, the restaurant has already made a name for itself; it received a four-star review from The Boston Globe, and was named best new restaurants in 2012 by two leading magazines.

Harvest:  For modern New England food, nothing’s better than Harvest. Located in Harvard Square, Harvest offers a delicious menu featuring local fresh ingredients. Entrées include cocoa crusted axis venison, roulade of Giannone farms chicken, and grilled Painted Hills Farm tenderloin.

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